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Old 02-19-2008, 07:20 AM
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Anyone interested in going for Goulds in Mexico in 09? I got a name of a top notch place. Know some guys that went there. I emailed some questions this morning so I am waiting for more info.
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Old 02-19-2008, 07:36 AM
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you know i'm in...my dad too...he'd give his left you know what for that hunt
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Old 02-19-2008, 11:47 AM
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you know i'm in...my dad too...he'd give his left you know what for that hunt
Well if we dont do a cat hunt next year. Which I didnt hear back from that outfitter yet. We may have to do this. Whats the date for your bear hunt so I know. This hunt is actually cheaper then a lot of osceola hunts. And frrom what I have been told its top shelf! He also does desert big horn for $45,000 You pay my way I will pay your flight. I will even pay for your mount!
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I was thinking of doing a Rio rande/Hog combo in Texas next year but I might be down for mexico. I have heard good things about those hunts. I heard it's a real pain getting a firearm into mexico though. Most outfitters suggest you use theres and I'm kinda weird about that. You former Marine, "this is my rifle yada yada." Why are osceola hunts so darn expensive?
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Old 02-19-2008, 12:44 PM
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I was thinking of doing a Rio rande/Hog combo in Texas next year but I might be down for mexico. I have heard good things about those hunts. I heard it's a real pain getting a firearm into mexico though. Most outfitters suggest you use theres and I'm kinda weird about that. You former Marine, "this is my rifle yada yada." Why are osceola hunts so darn expensive?
Osceola hunts are expensive because Florida has us by you know what. The place I hunted with in 06 was real reasonable. Youngbuck83 and I are going back in a little over 3 weeks. The thing I liked you didnt have to pay for your second bird until you shot it. That there told me the guide was gonna bust his butt off to get you a second bird.

The Mexico hunt includes gun permits. i am looking to take my bow so i dont know yet if thats a pain to take in or not. i wouldnt mind killing one with a muzzleloader too. If you want when I get more info I will let you know.
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got a weblink for the Mexico outfitter?
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Old 02-19-2008, 01:24 PM
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got a weblink for the Mexico outfitter?
he currently doesnt have a web page.
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Bullmoose, if you could get me the info that would be great.
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Bullmoose, if you could get me the info that would be great.
Hi Adam, the hunt price is $1800.00 per one turkey, second bird is $750.00, non hunter is $150.00 a day, the Hunt price includes licenses, transportation from Chihuahua airport to the ranch, meals, and drinks, you do not need any special permit for your bow, if you have more questions please let me know.



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This is the email i got back. Any other questions?
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